As we wrap up another week, let’s take a look back at what happened over the last seven days.

Komodo’s Fourth Annual Notary Node Election is still going on and the community is actively voting for Notary Node candidates.

We have started a new topic on the community portal to collect all Notary Node proposals and highlight the Notary Node Candidates on Twitter.

Visit the community portal and browse through the proposals and ask questions from your favorite candidate. 


Community Portal Proposals

GitHub Proposals


Komodo CTO Kadan Stadelman sat down for a superb interview with Yonah Hochhauser from BLOCKTV. Kadan describes Komodo's technology, explains the differences between centralized and decentralized exchanges, and explains why AtomicDEX is the industry leader today.

Watch the full interview here.


The Komodo Developer team has optimized the Komodo daemon so that when using the -fixibd flag the synchronization speed is significantly increased. This optimization also results in a huge saving in traffic/volume.  In parallel, development for AtomicDEX and AtomicDEX Pro is in full swing.


Here is also a small summary of the active developers on the codebase. 

In the last 7 days - 17 

In the last 1 month - 31 

In the last 3 months - 67 

In the last 6 month - 74 

In the last 1 year - 104

A detailed view of the activity of the different repositories can be found here.


Komodo has made it into second place on DAO Maker’s list of the top 7 most trending altcoins this week with recent price movement and positive social media sentiment.

The Komodo team thanks you for your support and the trust you have put in us! 



Komodo continued with its Blockchain Fundamentals content series this week with two new interconnected articles.

This first article is about P2PK Transactions. It explains everything you need to know about P2PK payments. P2PK, or "Pay to Pub Key" transactions in full form, are one specific type of payment in the Bitcoin script. P2PK has been around since the Bitcoin genesis block was created on January 3, 2009.

Read the full article here.


The second article is on P2PKH Transactions.  P2PKH, or "Pay to Pubkey Hash" transactions in full form, are one specific type of payment in the Bitcoin Script. P2PKH has been used for BTC transactions since January 16, 2009, just one week after the first block in the Bitcoin blockchain was mined

Read the full article here.


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